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    1. Becker, E; Edelweiss, MI; Nonnenmacher, B; Bozzetti, MC
      Prevalence and epidemiologic correlates of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance in women at low risk for cervical cancer

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    2. Bucchi, L; Zani, J; Pierri, C; Amadori, A; Ghidoni, D; Folicaldi, S; Cortecchia, S; Bondi, A
      Cervical screening behavior of women with atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS)

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    3. Siddiqui, G; Kurzel, RB; Lampley, EC; Kang, HS; Blankstein, J
      Cervical dysplasia in pregnancy: Progression versus regression post-partum

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FERTILITY AND WOMENS MEDICINE
    4. Cox, JT
      Management of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance and low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion by human papillomavirus testing

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH IN CLINICAL OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
    5. Schultz, M; Arendholz, WR; Budel, B
      Origin and evolution of the lichenized ascomycete order Lichinales: Monophyly and systematic relationships inferred from ascus, fruiting body and SSUrDNA evolution

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    6. Lousuebsakul, V; Knutsen, SMF; Singh, PN; Gram, IT
      Variables associated with squamous intraepithelial lesions among women with a cytologic diagnosis of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance

      ANALYTICAL AND QUANTITATIVE CYTOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY
    7. Navarro-Rosines, P; Roux, C; Bellemere, A
      Ultrastructure of Weddellomyces epicallopisma (Dothideales, Dacampiaceae, Ascomycota), especially its ascospores.

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    8. Roche, DH; Spicer, N
      The clinical significance of Atypical Squamous cells of Undetermined Significance: a laboratory audit of cervical reporting

      NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNAL
    9. Hansen, K; Laessoe, T; Pfister, DH
      Phylogenetics of the Pezizaceae, with an emphasis on Peziza

      MYCOLOGIA
    10. Anton, RC; Ramzy, I; Schwartz, MR; Younes, P; Chakraborty, S; Mody, DR
      Should the cytologic diagnosis of "atypical squamous cells of undeterminedsignificance" be qualified? An assessment including comparison between conventional and liquid-based technologies

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    11. Keating, JT; Wang, HH
      Significance of a diagnosis of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance for Papanicolaou smears in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    12. Smith-McCune, K; Mancuso, V; Contant, T; Jackson, R
      Management of women with atypical Papanicolaou tests of undetermined significance by board-certified gynecologists: Discrepancies with published guidelines

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    13. Guerrini, L; Sama, D; Visani, M; Cotignoli, T; Sintoni, C; Maioli, P; Lanzanova, G; Schincaglia, P
      Is it possible to define a better ASCUS class in cervicovaginal screening?A review of 187 cases

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    14. Gupta, D; Kannan, V; Komaromy-Hiller, G; Kline, TS
      ASCUS, mature metaplastic type - Cytologic diagnosis and follow-up

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    15. Sherman, ME; Solomon, D; Schiffman, M
      Qualification of ASCUS - A comparison of equivocal LSIL and equivocal HSILcervical cytology in the ASCUS LSIL Traige Study

      AJCP. American journal of clinical pathology
    16. Ekman, S; Wedin, M
      The phylogeny of the families lecanoraceae and bacidiaceae (Lichenized Ascomycota) inferred from nuclear SSU rDNA sequences

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    17. Raju, NB; Perkins, DD
      Programmed ascospore death in the homothallic ascomycete Coniochaeta tetraspora

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    18. Goodman, A; Chaudhuri, PM; Tobin-Enos, NJ; Hutchinson, ML
      The false negative rate of cervical smears in high risk HIV seropositive and seronegative women

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GYNECOLOGICAL CANCER
    19. Alameda, F; Fuste, P; Conangla, M; Gimferrer, E; Soler, I; Antorn, MT; Persico, S; Carreras, R; Serrano, S
      ASCUS: comparative follow-up results related to previous SIL diagnosis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF GYNAECOLOGICAL ONCOLOGY
    20. Cenci, M; Vecchione, A
      Atypical squamous and glandular cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS and AGUS) of the uterine cervix

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    21. Giudice, A; Rizzo, M; Rossi, RT; Bonaffini, O; Buda, CA; Pettineo, G
      Diagnosis and survey of abnormal/atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance and low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions: A retrospectivestudy

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    22. Leenurm, K; Raitviir, A; Raid, R
      Studies on the ultrastructure of Lachnum and related genera (Hyaloscyphaceae, Helotiales, Ascomycetes)

      SYDOWIA
    23. Trail, F; Common, R
      Perithecial development by Gibberella zeae: a light microscopy study

      MYCOLOGIA
    24. Schiffman, M; Adrianza, ME
      ASCUS-LSIL Triage Study - Design, methods and characteristics of trial participants

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    25. Lousuebsakul, V; Knutsen, SMF; Gram, IT; Akin, MRM
      Clinical impact of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance - A cytohistologic comparison

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    26. Grenko, RT; Abendroth, CS; Frauenhoffer, EE; Ruggiero, FM; Zaino, RJ
      Variance in the interpretation of cervical biopsy specimens obtained for atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance

      AJCP. American journal of clinical pathology
    27. Dvorak, KA; Finnemore, M; Maksem, JA
      Histology correlation with atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS) and low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LSIL) cytologydiagnoses: An argument to ensure ASCUS follow-up that is as aggressive as that for LSIL

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    28. Ettler, HC; Joseph, MG; Downing, PA; Suskin, NG; Wright, VC
      Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance: A cytohistological study in a colposcopy clinic

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    29. Benmoura, D; Cravello, L; Roger, V; Blanc, B
      Management of women with abnormal cervical cytologic smear: management of atypical smears

      CONTRACEPTION FERTILITE SEXUALITE
    30. Monsonego, J
      The HPV test in clinical practice

      CONTRACEPTION FERTILITE SEXUALITE
    31. Mittal, K
      Utility of proliferation-associated marker MIB-1 in evaluating lesions of the uterine cervix

      ADVANCES IN ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY
    32. Lambert, B; Boivin, Y; Lepage, Y
      Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS): clinical-cytological significance

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GYNECOLOGICAL CANCER
    33. Sherman, ME; Tabbara, SO; Scott, DR; Kurman, RJ; Glass, AG; Manos, MM; Burk, RD; Rush, BB; Schiffman, M
      "ASCUS, rule out HSIL": Cytologic features, histologic correlates, and human papillomavirus detection

      MODERN PATHOLOGY
    34. Gazzanelli, G; Malatesta, M; Pianetti, A; Baffone, W; Stocchi, V; Citterio, B
      Bacteria associated to fruit bodies of the ecto-mycorrhizal fungus Tuber borchii Vittad.

      SYMBIOSIS
    35. Norman, JE; Egger, KN
      Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Peziza and related genera

      MYCOLOGIA
    36. Goh, TK; Hanlin, RT
      Ultrastructure of ascosporogenesis in Melanospora zamiae

      MYCOLOGIA
    37. Au, DWT; Jones, EBG; Vrijmoed, LLP
      The ultrastructure of Capronia ciliomaris, an intertidal marine fungus from San Juan Island

      MYCOLOGIA
    38. Harrington, FA; Pfister, DH; Potter, D; Donoghue, MJ
      Phylogenetic studies within the Pezizales. I. 18S rRNA sequence data and classification

      MYCOLOGIA
    39. Mattsson, JE; Wedin, M
      A re-assessment of the family Alectoriaceae

      LICHENOLOGIST
    40. Kaufman, RH; Adam, E
      Is human papillomavirus testing of value in clinical practice?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    41. Rader, AE; Rose, PG; Rodriguez, M; Mansbacher, S; Pitlik, D; Abdul-Karim, FW
      Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance in women over 55 - Comparison with the general population and implications for management

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    42. Raab, SS; Bishop, NS; Zaleski, MS
      Long-term outcome and relative risk in women with atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance

      AJCP. American journal of clinical pathology
    43. KOK MR; HABERS MA; SCHREINERKOK PG; BOON ME
      NEW PARADIGM FOR ASCUS DIAGNOSIS USING NEURAL NETWORKS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    44. KULDAU GA; RAJU NB; GLASS NL
      REPEAT-INDUCED POINT MUTATIONS IN PAD-1, A PUTATIVE RNA SPLICING FACTOR FROM NEUROSPORA-CRASSA, CONFER DOMINANT LETHAL EFFECTS ON ASCUS DEVELOPMENT

      Fungal genetics and biology
    45. NUOVO GJ
      DETECTION OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS - CORRELATION WITH PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS AND CLINICAL OUTCOME

      Diagnostic molecular pathology
    46. DORING H; TRIEBEL D
      PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS OF BULGARIA INFERRED BY 18S RDNA SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS

      Cryptogamie. Bryologie, lichenologie
    47. RAMBOLD G; MEIER C; THAMERUS M
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONALITY OF ASCI IN SPECIESOF RHIZOCARPON (LECANORALES, ASCOMYCETES)

      Cryptogamie. Bryologie, lichenologie
    48. VANBRUMMELEN J
      2 BIZARRE ASCUS APICES OF PEZIZALES REVEALED BY THEIR ULTRASTRUCTURE

      Cryptogamie. Bryologie, lichenologie
    49. MELENDEZHOWELL LM; COUTE A; MASCARELL G; BELLEMERE A
      ULTRASTRUCTURE OF ASCI AND ASCOSPORES OF DESMAZIERELLA-ACICOLA (SARCOSCYPHACEAE, PEZIZALES, ASCOMYCETES) - SYSTEMATICS AND BIOLOGY

      Mycotaxon
    50. VANBRUMMELEN J
      RECONSIDERATION OF RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE THELEBOLACEAE BASED ON ASCUS ULTRASTRUCTURE

      Persoonia
    51. RAMBOLD G; HAGEDORN G
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF SELECTED DIAGNOSTIC CHARACTERS IN THE LECANORALES

      Lichenologist (London)
    52. Lerman, E; Colomo, L; Carreras, A; Esteva, E; Quilez, M; Prat, J
      Rescreening of atypical cervicovaginal smears using PAPNET

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    53. SCHOOLLAND M; STERRETT GF; KNOWLES SAS; MITCHELL KM; KURINCZUK JJ
      THE INCONCLUSIVE POSSIBLE HIGH-GRADE EPITHELIAL ABNORMALITY CATEGORY IN PAPANICOLAOU SMEAR REPORTING

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    54. ALANEN KW; ELIT LM; MOLINARO PA; MCLACHLIN CM
      ASSESSMENT OF CYTOLOGIC FOLLOW-UP AS THE RECOMMENDED MANAGEMENT FOR PATIENTS WITH ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE OR LOW-GRADE SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESIONS

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    55. Reynolds, DR
      Capnodiaceous sooty mold phylogeny

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    56. SUHBURGMANN E; DARRAGH T; SMITHMCCUNE K
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - MANAGEMENT PATTERNS AT AN ACADEMIC-MEDICAL-CENTER

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    57. AUTILLOTOUATI A; JOANNES M; DERCOLE C; ROBAGLIASCHLUPP A; LAMBERT A; MAZZELLA E; BLANC B; SEITE R
      HPV TYPING BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION ON CERVICAL CYTOLOGIC SMEARS WITHASCUS

      Acta cytologica
    58. WILLIAMS ML; RIMM DL; PEDIGO MA; FRABLE WJ
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - CORRELATIVE HISTOLOGIC AND FOLLOW-UP-STUDIES FROM AN ACADEMIC-MEDICAL-CENTER

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    59. MIGUEL NL; LACHOWICZ CM; KLINE TS
      CANDIDA-RELATED CHANGES AND ASCUS - A POTENTIAL TRAP

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    60. SHERMAN ME; SCHIFFMAN MH; MANGO LJ; KELLY D; ACOSTA D; CASON Z; ELGERT P; ZALESKI S; SCOTT DR; KURMAN RJ; STOLER M; LORINCZ AT
      EVALUATION OF PAPNET TESTING AS AN ANCILLARY TOOL TO CLARIFY THE STATUS OF THE ATYPICAL CERVICAL SMEAR

      Modern pathology
    61. CECCHINI S; IOSSA A; BONARDI R; CIATTO S; CARIAGGI P
      COMPARING 2 MODALITIES OF MANAGEMENT OF WOMEN WITH CYTOLOGIC EVIDENCEOF SQUAMOUS OR GLANDULAR ATYPIA - EARLY REPEAT CYTOLOGY OR COLPOSCOPY

      Tumori
    62. STASTNY JF; REMMERS RE; LONDON WB; PEDIGO MA; CAHILL LA; RYAN M; FRABLE WJ
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF ORIGINAL AND AUTOMATED RESCREEN DIAGNOSIS OF CERVICOVAGINAL SMEARS WITH LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    63. VARNER CD
      LIABILITY ISSUES WITH THE PAPANICOLAOU SMEAR - A DEFENSE LAWYERS PERSPECTIVE

      Archives of pathology and laboratory medicine
    64. CASHMORE RW
      ASCUS - A MISNOMER

      Acta cytologica
    65. RADER AE; LAZEBNIK R; ARORA CD; FRANKLIN J; ABDULKARIM FW
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE IN THE PEDIATRICPOPULATION - IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT AND COMPARISON WITH THE ADULT-POPULATION

      Acta cytologica
    66. RIMM DL; GMITRO S; FRABLE WJ
      ATYPICAL REPARATIVE CHANGE ON CERVICAL VAGINAL SMEARS MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH DYSPLASIA/

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    67. COLLINS LC; WANG HH; ABUJAWDEH GM
      QUALIFIERS OF ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE HELP IN PATIENT-MANAGEMENT

      Modern pathology
    68. DORFELT H; ALI N
      ON THE SEXUALITY AND CARPOPHORE DEVELOPME NT OF THE POWDERY MILDEWS (ERYSIPHALES)

      Flora
    69. VERKLEY GJM
      ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE ASCUS IN THE GENERA LACHNUM AND TRICHOPEZIZA (HYALOSCYPHACEAE, ASCOMYCOTINA)

      Nova Hedwigia
    70. RAJU NB
      MEIOTIC DRIVE IN FUNGI - CHROMOSOMAL ELEMENTS THAT CAUSE FRATRICIDE AND DISTORT GENETIC RATIOS

      Journal of Genetics
    71. LI LT; KIMBROUGH JW
      SPORE ONTOGENY OF GALIELLA-RUFA (PEZIZALES)

      Canadian journal of botany
    72. RYAN MR; STASTNY JF; REMMERS R; PEDIGO MA; CAHILL LA; FRABLE WJ
      PAPNET-DIRECTED RESCREENING OF CERVICOVAGINAL SMEARS - A STUDY OF 101CASES OF ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE

      American journal of clinical pathology
    73. SELVAGGI SM; HAEFNER HK
      REPORTING OF ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE ON CERVICAL SMEARS - IS IT SIGNIFICANT

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    74. LI LT; KIMBROUGH JW
      SEPTAL STRUCTURES IN THE SARCOSCYPHACEAE AND SARCOSOMATACEAE (PEZIZALES)

      International journal of plant sciences
    75. PERKINS DD; RAJU NB
      3-TO-ONE SEGREGATION FROM RECIPROCAL TRANSLOCATION QUADRIVALENTS IN NEUROSPORA AND ITS BEARING ON THE INTERPRETATION OF SPORE-ABORTION PATTERNS IN UNORDERED ASCI

      Genome
    76. SCHUMACHER TK; KAMALETDINOVA FI; VASSILYEV AE
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS ON ASCOSPOROGENESIS IN CIBORIA-BETULAE (HELOTIALES, SCLEROTINIACEAE)

      Canadian journal of botany
    77. LI LT; KIMBROUGH JW
      SPORE WALL ONTOGENY IN PSEUDOPLECTANIA-NIGRELLA AND PLECTANIA-NANNFELDTII (ASCOMYCOTINA, PEZIZALES)

      Canadian journal of botany
    78. DAVEY DD; NARYSHKIN S; NIELSEN ML; KLINE TS
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - INTERLABORATORY COMPARISON AND QUALITY ASSURANCE MONITORS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    79. SAMINATHAN T; LAHOTI C; KANNAN V; KLINE TS
      POSTMENOPAUSAL SQUAMOUS-CELL ATYPIAS - A DIAGNOSTIC CHALLENGE

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    80. RAMBOLD G; MAYRHOFER H; MATZER M
      ON THE ASCUS TYPES IN THE PHYSCIACEAE (LECANORALES)

      Plant systematics and evolution
    81. RAJU NB; PERKINS DD
      DIVERSE PROGRAMS OF ASCUS DEVELOPMENT IN PSEUDOHOMOTHALLIC SPECIES OFNEUROSPORA, GELASINOSPORA, AND PODOSPORA

      Developmental genetics
    82. JONES EBG; VRIJMOED LLP; READ SJ; MOSS ST
      TIRISPORA, A NEW ASCOMYCETOUS GENUS IN THE HALOSPHAERIALES

      Canadian journal of botany
    83. UECKER FA
      DEVELOPMENT AND CYTOLOGY OF PLECTOSPHAERELLA-CUCUMERINA

      Mycologia


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